Ramphal, Annona reticulata (Grown Through Seeds) – Plant
|Plant Height||24 inch (61 cm)|
|Plant Spread||7 inch (18 cm)|
|Common Name||Ram phal, Bullocks heart|
|Maximum Reachable Height||Up to 10 to 15 m|
|Bloom Time||Spring, Summer|
|Difficulty Level||Easy to grow|
Planting And Care
- The small tree that produces large heart-shaped tropical fruit with soft acid pulp.
- Custard Apple grows as a semi-evergreen and is a flowering edible fruit.
- Being an evergreen plant, it will be evergreen in mild areas but otherwise deciduous.
- Custard Apple is known for its tree growth habit.
Annona growing tree of the family Annonaceae and also known as Sop, Annona evergreen perennial but in a cold weather become deciduous. Can grow in tropics Mediterranean or subtropical climate.Flower small green-yellowish, separate times on the same tree female and male flower, the flowers are protogyny at first female and after
Sunlight Full sun to part shade Watering Medium Soil Well-drained soil Temperature 25 to 41 degrees C Fertilizer Apply any organic fertilizer. Harvest Season Spring, Summer
Ramphal Special Feature
Annona reticulata is cultivated around the world for its edible fruits.
- The plant is used for the ornamental purpose
- The leaves are used internally against worms, and externally to treat abscesses
- Crushed leaves or a paste of the flesh may be poulticed on boils, abscesses and ulcers
- Note: USe only after consulting the specialist
- The ripe fruits are edible
- The sweetish fruit varies considerably in quality; some are eaten raw but most often they are used in preserves, drinks, ice cream, puddings etc
Bullock’s heart is a fast-growing, deciduous tree with a rounded or spreading crown. It can reach up to 7 metres tall with a bole up to 30cm in diameter
|Dimensions||42 × 12 × 12 cm|